Ennis town centre can be “re-energised” if “owners of vacant properties take responsibility,” an elected representative of Clare County Council has said.
Clare councillors were drawn into a dispute when it came to the appropriate title of the county’s first citizen which the incumbent labelled “an ambush”.
Consideration is to be given to the development of a swimming shelter at Ballyalla Lake.
Speed surveys are to be conducted in Clarecastle following complaints of “excessive speeding” in the village.
“Near-miss incidents” on the L8172 road in Doora have led to consultations surrounding the provision of warning signs at both entry points.
Increased levels of activity on a daily basis at an Ennis amenity has led to requests for further works and signage in its vicinity.
A relocation of the pedestrian crossing at Ballymacahill Cross has been requested by the Mayor of Clare with 60 percent of drivers violating the speed limit on the road.
Flooding outside residences in Ballyhannon is to be reviewed early this year.
Clare Technology Park is viewed as a key site in boosting the employment numbers in the county town.
An amendment to beach by-laws have been sought by the Mayor of Clare to afford greater control to the County Dog Warden.